Hotel Real Audiencia

Address: Bolivar Oe-3-18, Quito, Ecuador | 3 star hotel
 
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Travel Blogs from Quito

Ground zero zero zero

A travel blog entry by maxandross on Apr 12, 2015

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... with the group after. My meal of fried mashed potato balls with fried egg, salad, salsa and beetroot, called lapangacho, wasn't unlike something I might whip up when drunk after a night out. This isn't a complaint. After lunch we returned to a huge basilica we had passed on the tour for a look inside. Instead of regular gargoyles it had animal and bird figures (garganimals?) of native Ecuadorian species like turtles, boobys, armadillos and deranged looking ...

A Quito Walk About

A travel blog entry by leslieandleon on Feb 11, 2015

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... and therefore, some locals look very African American, with very dark skin, and small but lanky, quite a mix. Now that we have got some chores under our belt we make our way to Fosh Square for a quick look at all the bars and restaurants, then we are off to find the Basilica. It only takes a 5 minute walk and we are at the entrance to the local park. We enter through a huge stone arch, and it's not long before Renee spots the steeples of ...

SUPER MAXI AND THE GOBLINS

A travel blog entry by paulcolver on Jan 14, 2015

... mall is so big I can’t find the Super Maxi. I am directed to dos floor and I wander around for some time and finally ask and the security guard points, and far down a narrow corridor I see axi in red neon. I get inside and the place is huge – and spacious. I am shocked after a week in Quito – miles of tightly packed stone and stucco buildings with no parks for miles and little greenery. There is a sense of peace and spaciousness in the ...

Latitude 00•00'00" (Day 60)

A travel blog entry by bdfro on Dec 09, 2014

... two dates, there is no shadow produced by the sun as it is straight overhead. The sun rises and sets at the equator at 6 am and 6 pm and never changes. I was asked to straddle the equator and try to balance an egg on a nail. You could feel the yoke inside shifting from side to side making it harder than it should be. Bre was able to get it to balance and got a certificate of her achievement. Overall we were blown away by the Corialis effect. At the equator, water went straight ...

Galapagossip

A travel blog entry by liamkirby on Oct 27, 2014

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... paths obstructed by sunbathing sea lions and iguanas, or watch a sea turtle feed from less than a metre away. The Galapagos is a gem of our planet worshipped by tourists and locals alike. Go and see it for yourself.

Crouch and I returned to Quito for the weekend to stay with Brenda, an American lass we encountered in Baņos. Brenda is one of a plethora of yank teachers residing in the capital, teaching at swank international colleges to the countries rich. ...

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Quito, Ecuador
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Quito, Ecuador